Frenship ISD declared that Lela Vela, FISD director of finance, has been selected as a 2022 Increase Award receiver by the Texas Association of Faculty Business enterprise Officers.
Vela is one particular of only seven public education and learning directors across the point out of Texas to acquire the award this yr, in accordance to a information release from the district.
Vela and the other recipients of the Increase Award ended up selected centered on their management qualities, achievements, and their want to keep on rising their occupation. The award also recognizes the recipients as foreseeable future leaders who are on the increase in the faculty business neighborhood and career.
Vela has been with the Frenship relatives for 10 years, serving in numerous roles within the Frenship ISD Company Workplace including Accountant, Coordinator of Accounting, and now Director of Finance. Not only is Vela an energetic member of TASBO, earning their maximum certification of Registered Texas School Company Administrator, but she also participates in various neighborhood and Frenship committees and serves as a mentor to youthful company professionals and pupils.
“For the earlier 10 yrs, Mrs. Vela has been an inspiration and guiding pressure in the budgeting, accounting, and money operations for Frenship ISD,” mentioned Frenship ISD Assistant Superintendent Chief Fiscal Officer Farley Reeves. “She has delivered masterful leadership to the district group in acquiring audio budgeting processes, giving financial guidance, training, and remarkable aid to all stakeholders.”
As a Rise Award recipient, Vela was honored in front of faculty business leaders throughout Texas at the 2022 TASBO Interact Conference Awards Luncheon. Vela claims she was humbled to get the honor, and she is enthusiastic to continue on expanding as a chief to better serve Frenship ISD.
“My need is to proceed to build and expand myself and my coworkers with a collaborative natural environment, a heart for service, and a college student-centered way of thinking,” stated Vela. “The quantity of instruction, aid, and assistance we can present to campus team and central workplace employees is paramount in get to allow them to focus on what they want to aim on, our college students. I hope to foster this attitude and use it to expand our leaders who want to provide in instruction.”
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